About Us: BBMJ Youth Health Sports Camp Sacramento, CA
Who is BBMJ:Founded by Bryson Abernathy and Julia Jackson, who are parents of 4 children aging from 3yrs to 14yrs old. Bryson and Julia combined have over 25 years of experience in playing and coaching sports.
What does BBMJ acronym stand for: Each letter stands for each of Bryson and Julia's children.
What Is BBMJ: BBMJ is a nonprofit educational youth health sports program that travels to local schools in the greater Sacramento area in northern California. “Our mission is to introduce children (3rd to 6th grade) to sports with key fundamentals and training techniques while empowering children with a step by step process for healthy living."
BBMJ empowers children to make smart decisions regarding their fitness by utilizing the goals listed above to create awareness and knowledge in health. The youth will be introduced to 3 different sports and key tools in living a healthy life. BBMJ also imparts the importance of:
Why BBMJ: Bryson and Julia wanted to create a platform in which children can be introduced to a variety of sports in a noncompetitive way. This will allow the youth a chance to fall in love with a sport or two, be taught the tools needed to become skilled in those sports and be able to compete at an older age. With the state of our younger generation’s health, Bryson and Julia feel compelled to empower the youth with the knowledge to live a healthy life through smart choices and good habits. After years of being disappointed with the sports programs their children were involved in, BBMJ Youth Health Sports Camp was born.
When: A date and time that will be arranged by your school.
Where:BBMJ Camps are held at your youth's school for 3 weeks and lasts approximately 2 1/2 hours long. BBMJ is not considered an "after school program" or "latch key program". BBMJ Youth Health Sports Camp is a non profit orgnization that operates during after school hours.
How: BBMJ Camp is a 3 week program. Camps are Monday through Friday and are filled with fundamental drills, positive athlete enrichment, and fun educational learning (sport and health).